Debate or, No ? That is the Question for Biden, Trump
This Day in History | 1936
The Hoover Dam begins sending electricity to the city of Los Angeles 266 miles away.
96 workers died building the dam. The power lines also had be built over difficult terrain including mountains and deserts.
Good morning Middle Americans,
What is going to happen? And does President Trump really need to have another debate with Joe Biden? Surveys say YES. The better question, at this point is, can the president get a fair shake in the next debate? Maybe he should just keep blasting out these video, where he won’t get interrupted, and let Mike the “Velvet Hammer” do the talking from here on out? Also Did you see what the next debate moderator did, asking former Trump White House communications manager of 11 days, Anthony Scaramucci, if he should respond to one of the president’s mean tweets. Woah.
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Confusion Clouds Remaining Presidential Debates
(The Hill) – An extended back-and-forth between the campaigns threw the presidential debate schedule into chaos Thursday, raising the question: Will there even be another debate?
Does Trump Need The Next Debate?
(FiveThirtyEight) – Our research on primary debates suggested that a debate is equivalent to something like six to 10 days of normal campaigning and news, in terms of how much they move the polls. So it’s as if Trump is taking a week off the clock in an election in which he trails by 10 points.
Trump on Rush Today, Back on the Trail Tomorrow?
Biden’s polling lead over Trump Grows
(CNBC) – The NBC News national polling average had Biden up more than 10 percentage points over Trump, 51.6%-41.3%. That figure is based on an unweighted average of the 10 most recent reliable public opinion polls.
The RealClearPolitics general election polling average showed Biden with a 9.7-point lead over Trump. That’s 2.5 points higher than the gap displayed a week earlier.
FiveThirtyEight’s national polling tracker gave Biden a 9.8-point advantage, a 1.6-point jump since last week.
Trump: ‘Sad’ If AG Barr Doesn’t Indict Biden, Obama
(Bloomberg) – Donald Trump lashed out Thursday at U.S. Attorney General William Barr for not doing more to prosecute his political enemies, including arresting Obama-era officials who the president accuses — without evidence — of illegally spying on his 2016 campaign.
(The Independent UK) – During a live phone-in on Fox Business, Donald Trump complained again that not enough of his political enemies have been arrested – and said attorney general Bill Barr could find himself in “a sad situation” if he doesn’t start rounding them up.
Dems Push Commission on President’s Mental Capacity
(The Guardian) – Democrats in the US Congress have announced a plan to create a commission to review whether Donald Trump is capable of carrying out his presidential duties or should face removal from office.
The office of the House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, announced a Friday press conference about the bill after she expressed concern that Trump, who is under treatment for coronavirus at the White House, is suffering a “dissociation from reality”.
MI Governor Speaks Out on Kidnapping Attempt
(Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump lashed back at Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Thursday night after she accused the president of fomenting political extremism.
(Detroit News) – Democratic presidential candidate President Joe Biden joined Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday in laying some blame for the plot to kidnap her on President Donald Trump, who they both said didn’t do enough to condemn white supremacists.